FlySolomon fts flight attendants Doris Nd Chris both from the Solomon Islands!

FlySolomon fts flight attendants Doris Nd Chris both from the Solomon Islands!

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Solomon Airlines A320 Landing in Honiara, Solomon Islands

Solomon Airlines A320 Landing in Honiara, Solomon Islands

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Brisbane - Honiara, A320 (H4-BUS) Solomon Airlines, (19/12/12)
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Air Pacific B737 Takeoff Henderson Field, Honiara, Solomon Is. 1983

Air Pacific B737 Takeoff Henderson Field, Honiara, Solomon Is. 1983

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Archive- 1983: Traffic at (formerly) Henderson Field/International Airport, Honiara, Solomon Islands (Guadalcanal) including Air Pacific Boeing 373 and various Solair aircraft.
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Best Documentary Ever WWII BATTLEGROUND  Battle of the Solomon Islands 720p

Best Documentary Ever WWII BATTLEGROUND Battle of the Solomon Islands 720p

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Operation Cartwheel - (1960) US Army; New Guinea & Solomon Islands; WWII; The Big Picture ep TV-477

Operation Cartwheel - (1960) US Army; New Guinea & Solomon Islands; WWII; The Big Picture ep TV-477

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"OPERATION CARTWHEEL - HISTORICAL REPORT ON A WORLD WAR II PACIFIC THEATER OPERATION - DEMONSTRATES ALLIES SUCCESS INBYPASSING AND ISOLATING ENEMY STRONG POINTS." "The Big Picture" episode TV-477 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Cartwheel Operation Cartwheel (1943–1944) was a major military strategy for the Allies in the Pacific theater of World War II. Cartwheel was a twin-axis[clarification needed] of advance operation, aimed at militarily neutralizing the major Japanese base at Rabaul. The operation was directed by the Supreme Allied Commander in the South West Pacific Area (SWPA)—General Douglas MacArthur—whose forces advanced along the northeast coast of New Guinea and occupied nearby islands. Allied forces from the Pacific Ocean Areas command—under Admiral Chester W. Nimitz—advanced through the Solomon Islands toward Bougainville. The Allied forces involved were from Australia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the US and various Pacific Islands... Background to Operation Cartwheel Japanese forces had captured Rabaul, on New Britain, in the Territory of New Guinea, from Australian forces in February 1942 and turned it into their major forward base in the South Pacific, and the main obstacle in the two Allied theaters. MacArthur formulated a strategic outline, the Elkton Plan, to capture Rabaul from bases in Australia and New Guinea. Admiral Ernest J. King, the Chief of Naval Operations, proposed a plan with similar elements but under Navy command. Army Chief of Staff George C. Marshall, whose main goal was for the U.S. to concentrate its efforts against Nazi Germany in Europe and not against the Japanese in the Pacific, proposed a compromise plan in which the task would be divided into three stages, the first under Navy command and the second two under MacArthur's direction and the control of the Army. This strategic plan, which was never formally adopted by the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff but which was ultimately implemented, called for: - Capture of Tulagi (later Guadalcanal) and the Santa Cruz Islands (Operation Watchtower) - Capture of the northeast coast of New Guinea and the central Solomons - Reduction of Rabaul and related bases The protracted battle for Guadalcanal—followed by the unopposed seizure of the Russell Islands (Operation Cleanslate) on 21 February 1943—resulted in Japanese attempts to reinforce the area by sea. MacArthur's air forces countered in the Battle of the Bismarck Sea from 2–5 March 1943. The disastrous losses suffered by the Japanese prompted Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto to initiate I Go (Operation 'I'), a series of air attacks against Allied airfields and shipping at both Guadalcanal and New Guinea, which ultimately resulted in Yamamoto's death on 18 April 1943. Implementation of Cartwheel MacArthur had presented Elkton III, his revised plan for taking Rabaul before 1944, on 12 February 1943. It called for an attack by MacArthur against northeast New Guinea and western New Britain, and by Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr. (then in command of the South Pacific Area) against the central Solomons. This plan required seven more divisions than were already in the theater, raising objections from the British. The Joint Chiefs responded with a directive that approved the plan using forces already in the theater or en route to it, and delaying its implementation by 60 days. Elkton III then became Operation Cartwheel. Cartwheel operations The Cartwheel plan identified 13 proposed subordinate operations and set a timetable for their launching. Of the 13, Rabaul, Kavieng, and Kolombangara were eventually eliminated as too costly and unnecessary, and 10 were actually undertaken... In the midst of Operation Cartwheel, the Joint Chiefs met with President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill at the Quadrant Conference in Quebec in August 1943. There, the decision was made to bypass and isolate Rabaul rather than attempting to capture the base... The campaign—which stretched into 1944—showed the effectiveness of a strategy which avoided major concentrations of enemy forces and instead aimed at severing the Japanese lines of communication.
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Solomon islands welcome

Solomon islands welcome

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Honiara airport with Ali Campbell, greeted from the plane on the tarmac. I wanted to buy some tuned bamboo pipes I can play with the soles of flip flops like these guys, but they were inconvenient to fly home....
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Solomon Island flight King Air

Solomon Island flight King Air

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King Air Cruise in the Solomons
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amazing airport (solomon islands) gizo airport

amazing airport (solomon islands) gizo airport

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Seghe Airport, Solomon Islands

Seghe Airport, Solomon Islands

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Plane landing at Seghe Aiport, Solomon Islands
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Flying over Honiara | Landing at Henderson International Airport |  2017

Flying over Honiara | Landing at Henderson International Airport | 2017

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The capital of Solomon Islands, Honiara, is located at one of the biggest islands in Solomons - Guadalcanal, and is home to the international airport - Henderson International Airport, formerly known as the Henderson Field. This video shows the aerial view of Honiara city, a still developing municipal, and the landing at the airport with Fiji Airways. Available flights to Honiara can be from Australia (Brisbane/Sydney/Perth), Papua New Guinea (Port Moresby), Vanuatu (Port Vila), Fiji (Nadi) and Nauru.
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Isa Noqu Lewa (Solomon Islands Video Clip 2016)

Isa Noqu Lewa (Solomon Islands Video Clip 2016)

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Love Pacific Music OnlyDahBest 2016
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Landing at Gizo, Solomon Islands (Nusatupe Airport) - 2 May 2016

Landing at Gizo, Solomon Islands (Nusatupe Airport) - 2 May 2016

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Solomon Islands - Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers

Solomon Islands - Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers

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Just some more Pacific Carriers
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Driving around the island of Guadalcanal, SOLOMON ISLANDS (Pacific Ocean)

Driving around the island of Guadalcanal, SOLOMON ISLANDS (Pacific Ocean)

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Guadalcanal, SOLOMON ISLANDS: Let's drive from the capital of Guadalcanal, Honiara, and a few kilometers west and east of that city on order to get an idea as to how this beautiful island looks like. Vic Stefanu, vstefanu@yahoo.com. Solomon Islands is a sovereign country consisting of six major islands and over 900 smaller islands in Oceania lying to the east of Papua New Guinea and northwest of Vanuatu and covering a land area of 28,400 square kilometres (11,000 sq mi). The country's capital, Honiara, is located on the island of Guadalcanal.
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Last departure from Honiara Solomon Islands by Captain Darrell Toepfer

Last departure from Honiara Solomon Islands by Captain Darrell Toepfer

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Last Departure and flyover of Honiara by Solomon Airlines Chief Pilot, Captain Darrell Toepfer on 29 September 2016.
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Lyndah from Solomon Airlines testimonial

Lyndah from Solomon Airlines testimonial

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Lyndah from Solomon Airlines recommends Avalon Air Services for your flight training needs. Avalon Air Services has helped Lyndah obtain her Command Instrument Flight Rating (CIFR).
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